Student Satisfaction

Reminder to complete NSS

Posted on 12th March 2015 by

Just a gentle reminder to all final year students to complete the National Student Survey. If you are eligible to complete the survey you will already have received an email from your Head of Discipline about this. We are keen to know what you think about our courses and to make improvements accordingly. The NSS
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Investment in the Electronics Laboratory to benefit all EEE students

Posted on 11th March 2015 by

In the academic year 2013/14 much effort was put into transforming the role of the EEE Student Staff Panel (SSP) into a positive contributor to the taught programme curriculum. Students are now coming forward with their own suggestions for improvements to the curriculum. What came out of this transformation were two distinct points: the first,
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Your Student Staff Panel for 2014/15

Posted on 29th October 2014 by

As you know, your student representatives on the Student Staff Panel are there to represent you and to let the School know what you think and to take any constructive suggestions to the Panel. The representatives also have responsibility for communicating information to you from the panel and its actions. Please see below the list
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Your Year Tutors Have Changed

Posted on 20th October 2014 by

In case you haven’t already heard, your Year Tutors have changed this year. The new tutors are: Your Year Tutors are responsible for making sure that the teaching on your course is all working as smoothly as possible. If you have any pressing concerns about your course, or suggestions for improvement, please get in touch
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EEE Advances in 2014 NSS Results

Posted on 17th October 2014 by

Electrical and Electronic engineering has received really encouraging results in the most recent National Student Survey (NSS), achieving a high overall satisfaction rating of 87%. This exceeds the sector average rating of 84% and has improved over 10% on last year’s results. This increased level of satisfaction compared to 2013 shows that students are better
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